Dead Good October ( 16 years+)
We have some thrilling events happening across libraries to mark the 4th Dead Good October including bestselling authors Anna Smith and Theresa Talbot and a return of the criminally popular crime cafe.
Discover what's happening for Dead Good October and book your place.
Read, Relax, Refresh (16yrs+)
Join us at these informal sessions where the library team select and read aloud extracts and poetry to bring a sense of wellness from reading.
A great way to read, relax and refresh over a cuppa.
Giffnock Library/ Weekly on Thursdays 3 Oct- 24 Oct / 10.30-11.30am
Mearns Library/ Weekly on Fridays 8 Nov- 13 Dec/ 11-12noon
To book your place, contact the library: Giffnock Library 0141 577 4976 or Mearns Library 0141 577 4979.
Share a Song and Sing Along
Enjoy a good old sing-along and 'gie it laldy' with others in a wonderfully relaxed setting. Belt out some favourite tunes from Elvis and Sinatra to old Scottish folk songs. All are most welcome to join in and enjoy a refreshing cuppa and absolutely no singing experience necessary! 'I loved the singing and met lots of nice people and the compere was really good and cheery'.
Barrhead Foundry Library/ weekly on Mondays from 19 Aug - 16 Dec / 1.30-2.30pm
Giffnock Library/ weekly on Tuesdays from 3 Sept - 15 Oct / 2.15- 3.15pm
Free, no need to book.
Are you interested to give colour therapy a go? Come along to a weekly colouring and coffee session for adults in the library and enjoy the relaxing, therapeutic benefits of the activity. This is a lovely, informal way to enjoy company and a nice cuppa. No artistic skills required and all materials will be provided.
Busby Library; weekly on Saturdays between 10.30 and 11.30am. If you are interested to come along, give Peter at Busby library a call on 0141 577 4971 or just turn up!
If you like to knit and enjoy company, why not stitch the two together. A great chance to socialise with old, and meet new friends, over a nice relaxed cuppa!
At Thornliebank every Wednesday 11:00-12:30. Free, no need to book
At Neilston Library every Wednesday 11.00- 12.30. Free, no need to book